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    Any more finds yet?
    Hmm... For those who are deeply interested in eviroment design this one could be useful.

    Robinson, John Beverley, 1914. Architectural Composition
    http://www.archive.org/details/ArchitecturalComposition
    (only DjVu format available)


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    Quote Originally Posted by briggsy@ashtons
    That's great news sciboy... it'll make four registered CAers at Ashton's next term that I know of, plus some lurkers .. enough to start converting the masses!
    *Cough* I'll come for a scholarship No? o'well.

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    Damn...props to the dudes and ladies over at archive.org...ya dig..
    SSG27, Suckas!
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    I think that you should add this book to your list up there...It's a whole book on using the imagination, why people have trouble imagining clear images, different types, and basically everything asked about on this board every 4 milliseconds..

    http://www.archive.org/details/essay...eati00ribouoft

    edit:

    another book on training the imagination..

    http://www.archive.org/details/train...agin00rhoauoft
    SSG27, Suckas!
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    Thanks guys - I've added your finds to the list.

    Hi Tom, how's it going? If only there was a Briggsy Scholarship, I'd be delighted to give it to you, but alas ....
    As of this week, however, there IS a Briggsy googlepages site with lots of juicy colour links .. let me know what you think.


    http://djcbriggs.googlepages.com/colourlightandvision

    Don't miss the programmes on couleur.org .... just awesome!

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    Superrr!!!

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    I just went through this thing more in depth and saw the architectural links...Looks like I'll be reading a ton more on this damn computer

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    Quote Originally Posted by briggsy@ashtons
    Hi Tom, how's it going? If only there was a Briggsy Scholarship, I'd be delighted to give it to you, but alas ....
    As of this week, however, there IS a Briggsy googlepages site with lots of juicy colour links .. let me know what you think.
    *eagerly awaits next week to see the creation of the Briggsy Scholarship*
    Going good, still learning at a nice pace. Thanks for this new batch of links, going to spend a few days with them.

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    Thought I'd bump this old thread for anyone who missed it first time with a few gems from the apparently moribund Digital Library of India. I spotted some great looking titles there, but now none of the links seem to be working, for me at least. Anyone know what's happened to it?

    Anyway, here's the majority of what I managed to get (by batch downloading separate jpg pages), compiled as pdfs to share. A few more to come still, when I get time to compile and upload them.

    Please direct any questions regarding copyright to the Digital Library of India!

    Victor Perard,1932. Anatomy And Drawing.
    http://z21.zupload.com/download.php?...filepath=34716

    Jeno Barcsay, 1955. Anatomy For The Artist.
    http://z21.zupload.com/download.php?...filepath=34719

    Walter Farrington Moses, 1930. Artistic Anatomy.
    http://z28.zupload.com/download.php?...filepath=56228

    Arthur Pope, 1928. Tone Relations in Painting.
    http://z21.zupload.com/download.php?...filepath=34711

    Hans Kollwitz, 1955. The Diary And Letters Of Kaethe Kollwitz.
    http://z21.zupload.com/download.php?...filepath=34713

    Blanchard Jerrold, 1891. Life Of Gustave Dore.
    http://z21.zupload.com/download.php?...filepath=34714

    Norman Rockwell, 1960. My Adventures As An Illustrator.
    http://z21.zupload.com/download.php?...filepath=34721

    Arthur L Guptill, 1972. Norman Rockwell Illustrator.
    http://z21.zupload.com/download.php?...filepath=34724

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    Thanks a lot man. Is this legal because the books are out of print or something?

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    Well, presumably they comply with the copyright policy of the Digital library of India, such as it is. There seems to be no stipulation by the DLI against reposting their files elsewhere, so there should be no problem from that direction. Whether third parties might hold that the DLI erred in posting some of the material in the first place is of course another question. I will keep checking to see if our moderators think that any of these links should be removed.

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    Absolutely phenomenal find good sir!

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    This should especially be a sticky in artistic discussion. Where all the questions are being asked how to get better and how to get inspiration back.
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